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Qooxdoo 1.4 Beginner's Guide电子书

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作       者:Mohamed Raffi

出  版  社:Packt Publishing

出版时间:2011-12-23

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This is a Packt beginner's guide. The unique style of the book is to set the requirements for an application, Team Twitter, in the first chapter and apply the concepts in the application as you learn in the following chapters. When you complete this book, you would have developed a complete application. Although the scope of this book is only on the Qooxdoo framework, which is a client side framework, we have explained how to set up one of the RPC servers and demonstrated the end to end application in the Team Twitter. This book is intended for the client side developers who design and develop internet web applications and enterprise web applications. If you want to start developing RIA applications in Qooxdoo, this book would be a great help to jump start your development. If you are already developing Qooxdoo applications, this book will help you to go through the Qooxdoo framework quickly to improve your contribution to your project. This book is also intended for the desktop application developers who want to move into RIA development and develop internet web applications and rich enterprise web applications. It also provides an idea for the Architects and Lead developers to know about Qooxdoo and evaluate the framework. It helps beginners in Qooxdoo to easily set up the development environment and explains the concepts in an order that is easily graspable by beginners.
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qooxdoo

Table of Contents

qooxdoo

Credits

About the Authors

About the Reviewers

www.PacktPub.com

Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more

Why Subscribe?

Free Access for Packt account holders

Preface

What this book covers

What you need for this book

Who this book is for

Conventions

Time for action - heading

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Reader feedback

Customer support

Downloading the example code

Errata

Piracy

Questions

1. What is qooxdoo?

A feel of an RIA developed in qooxdoo

Time for action - play with the feed reader application

Adding a feed to the feed reader

Checking the feeds

What just happened?

User context

Desktop characteristics

GUI library

Architecture of qooxdoo SDK

Core layer

Browser Abstraction layer

Low-Level layer

GUI Toolkit layer

Data Binding

Internationalization

qooxdoo framework features

Language

Object-orientation

Programming

Internationalization

API reference

Testing

Deployment

Migration

Alternative programming models

Event-based rich UI programming

GUI widget library

Time for action - checking the demo browser and the playground applications

Demo browser

Playground

What just happened?

Application to be developed in this book—Team Twitter

Time for action - checking the Team Twitter application

Reading team tweets

Logging in to the Team Twitter application

Tweeting to the team

What just happened?

What you should know and what you don't need to know

Pop quiz

Summary

2. Say Hello to the qooxdoo World!

Installing qooxdoo tools

Time for action - installing qooxdoo tools

Installing ActivePython

Installing Cygwin

What just happened?

Installing qooxdoo SDK

Time for action - installing qooxdoo SDK

Application

Component

Documentation

Framework

Tool

What just happened?

Creating a simple qooxdoo application

Time for action - creating a simple qooxdoo application

What just happened?

Source

Build

Manifest.json

config.json

generate.py

Passing data to the server

JSON standard format

What just happened?

Communicating with the server

Setting up an RPC connection

Making a call

Request

Response

Aborting a call

Error handling

Cross-domain calls

Parameter and result conversion

What just happened?

RPC servers

Integrating with the Java server

Time for action - integrating with the Java server

Working with Eclipse IDE

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Summary

3. Core Programming Concepts

Code comments and API documentation

Time for action - generating API documentation for Team Twitter

What just happened?

Object-oriented programming

Object and class

Encapsulation

Inheritance

Overriding

Abstraction

Polymorphism

Interface

Members

Statics

Properties

Events

Class

Constructor and destructor

Members

Class members

Instance members

Types

Static class

Singleton class

Abstract class

Inheritance in qooxdoo

Overriding in qooxdoo

Mixin

Defining a mixin

Using a mixin in a class

Time for action - writing classes for Team Twitter

What just happened?

Pop quiz-I

qooxdoo properties

Property initialization

Predefined methods

Property configurations

Apply

Check

Validate

Group

Event—property level

Property features

Value checks

Validation

Convenience

Notification

Advanced value handling

Performance

Memory management

Events—class level

Declaring events for a class

Adding listeners

Firing an event

Time for action - enhancing Team Twitter classes with properties

What just happened?

Pop quiz-II

Summary

4. Working with Layouts and Menus

Base classes for widgets

qx.core.Object

Object management

Event handling

Logging

qx.core.LayoutItem

qx.core.Widget

Widget properties

qx.application

Containers

Scroll

Stack

Resizer

Composite

Window

Tabview

Groupbox

Layout managers

Size hint of the widget and its parent widget

Layout properties

Auto sizing

Growing or shrinking

Overflow

Basic

Canvas

Dock

HBox

VBox

Flow

Grid

Time for action - designing layout managers for Team Twitter

What just happened?

Menu, MenuBar, and ToolBar

Menu

Menu creation

MenuBar

ToolBar

Pop quiz

Summary

5. Working with Widgets

Basic widgets

Label

Atom

Image

Time for action - enhancing the server application

What just happened?

Form widgets

Interface hierarchy

IBooleanForm, INumberForm, IDateForm, IColorForm, and IStringForm

IForm

IExecutable

IRange

IModel

IModelSelection

Class hierarchy

qx.ui.form.TextField

qx.ui.form.TextArea

qx.ui.form.PasswordField

qx.ui.form.CheckBox

qx.ui.form.RadioButton

qx.ui.form.RadioButtonGroup

qx.ui.form.SelectBox

qx.ui.form.ComboBox

qx.ui.form.Spinner

qx.ui.form.List

qx.ui.form.ListItem

qx.ui.form.DateField

qx.ui.form.Button

qx.ui.form.ToggleButton

qx.ui.form.MenuButton

qx.ui.form.SplitButton

qx.ui.form.HoverButton

qx.ui.form.RepeatButton

qx.ui.form.Slider

Time for action - adding widgets into Team Twitter

What just happened?

Special widgets

The popup widgets

qx.ui.popup

The tooltip widgets

qx.ui.tooltip

The control widgets

qx.ui.control.ColorPopup

qx.ui.control.ColorSelector

qx.ui.control.DateChooser

Custom widgets

Time for action - adding a custom widget to Team Twitter

What just happened?

Inline widgets

The table widget

Class hierarchy

Table construction

Remote table model

The tree widget

Class hierarchy

Tree construction

The treevirtual widget

Class hierarchy

TreeVirtual construction

Pop quiz

Summary

6. Working with Forms and Data

Form handling

Validation

Synchronous

Asynchronous

Resetting

Rendering

Single column

Double column

Single column with placeholder

Serialization

Time for action - enhancing the UserSignUpForm

What just happened?

Object pooling

Data binding

Single value binding

Property binding

Event binding

Hierarchical data binding

Array binding

Options map

Data controller

Object controller

List controller

Form controller

Tree controller

Data stores

JSON store

JSONP store

YQL store

Time for action - enhancing the UserSignUpForm again

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Summary

7. Testing and Debugging

Unit testing

Time for action - performing unit test

What just happened?

Integration testing

Integration test setup

Writing test cases

Simulator API documentation

Simulator class hierarchy

Selenium Java Client Driver API documentation

Locating strategy

Selenium locators

qooxdoo locators

Time for action - performing integration test

What just happened?

Debugging

Logging statements in qooxdoo code

Console object

Trace

qx.dev.Debug

Variant qx.debug

Miscellaneous

Introduction to Firebug

Installing the Firebug add-on

IE developer tools

Tracing through AOP

Time for action - debugging

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Summary

8. Internationalization

Internationalization

Writing code to use internationalization

qx.locale.Manager

qx.locale.MTranslation

qx.locale.String, qx.locale.Number, qx.locale.Date, and qx.locale.Key

Writing PO files for various languages

Time for action - generating PO files for Team Twitter

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Summary

9. Working with Themes

Theme

Meta theme

Theme

Font

Color

Decoration

Appearance

Modern theme

Classic theme

Simple theme

Icon theme

Color theme

Font theme

Decoration theme

Aliases

Decorations

Decorator

Style

Writing new decorators

Appearance theme

Appearance selector (key)

Appearance entry (value)

Alias

Appearance map

Style entry in the appearance map

The include entry in the appearance map

The alias entry in the appearance map

Base calls

Performance

Appearance queue

Selector caching

Alias caching

Result caching

Time for action - customizing themes for Team Twitter

What just happened?

Pop quiz

Summary

10. Performance

Memory management

Object pooling

Profiling

Limitations

Compile-time tuning

Class optimizations

Strings

Variables

Private

Base calls

Identifying unused classes

Lint check

Improvements

Partitioning and lazy loading

Configuration

Coding to load parts on demand

Verification

Recent improvements

Part collapsing or merging

Remove dependencies from the part loader

Load packages in parallel

Error handling

Advantages

Time for action - partitioning

What just happened?

Good practices for performance

Restrict the data in certain widgets

Use filters

Pagination

.gz compression

Pop quiz

Summary

11. Miscellaneous

Configuration

config.json

Listing of keys in context

Job resolution

The extend key

The run key

The include key

Job shadowing and partial overriding

Migration

Time for action - migration

What just happened?

Back button support

Identify application states

Update history upon state change

Add the event listener to the history manager

Retrieve initial state

qooxdoo license

Pop quiz

Summary

A. Pop Quiz Answers

Chapter 1: What is qooxdoo?

Chapter 2: Say Hello to the qooxdoo World!

Chapter 3: Core Programming Concepts

Pop quiz-I

Pop quiz-II

Chapter 4: Working with Layouts and Menus

Chapter 5: Working with Widgets

Chapter 6: Working with Forms and Data

Chapter 7: Testing and Debugging

Chapter 8: Internationalization

Chapter 9: Working with Themes

Chapter 10: Performance

Chapter 11: Miscellaneous

B. References

Index

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